Breaking Barriers: Plotting the Path to Academic Success for School-Age African-American Males

Jan 01, 2008 | by
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Using four national surveys, this study explores relationships between the academic success of African-American males and a host of variables -- personal and emotional factors, family factors, social and environmental factors, and school factors. Overall, the research points to the benefits of education policies that promote "healthy, safe and supportive learning environments."